The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948)

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Fred Dobbs and Bob Curtin, two Americans searching for work in Mexico, convince an old prospector to help them mine for gold in the Sierra Madre Mountains.


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  • Humphrey Bogart and a rattlesnake handler on the set of "Treaure of the Sierra Madre," 1948 Warner. Bros.
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Trivia

B. Traven did not agree with John Huston's decision to cast Walter Huston as Howard, the grizzled prospector. He originally envisioned MGM contract star Lewis Stone in the role, but he eventually came to see the wisdom behind the director's choice to put Walter Huston in the role.


Quotes

Dobbs: Say buddy, will you stake a fellow Am...


Goofs

When Dobbs goes back to bury the body, he runs around looking for it, then trips over. As he does so he practically falls off the set, as visible to the left are a large water tank and a hose.

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Genres

Adventure | Drama | Western

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